A newborn Grevy’s Zebra has made an appearance at the B. Bryan Preserve.

A male Grevy's Zebra recently was born at the B. Bryan Preserve in Point Arena. Meet Lester!

His mother's name is Jewel and she carried him for more than a year. Below her little one is nursing.

Judy Mello tells me that these Zebras are more endangered than Black Rhinos - there are less then 3000 of Grevy's Zebras left in the wilds. So each addition to the herd in Point Arena is welcome news indeed.

Do you know what a herd of Zebras is called? A dazzle.

Thanks to Judy for allowing me to share her photos with you here. To learn much more about the Preserve, here is the link to their website: http://www.bbryanpreserve.com/

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